• Medication pick up will occur at student distribution on June 1st 9am-12pm & 4pm-6pm.

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Welcome to the Maplebrook Clinic!

  • MJ Amaral

    Mary-Jo Amaral BSN RN


    My name in Mary-Jo Amaral and I am the nurse here at Maplebrook. I am so excited for this school year and look forward to working with you to help keep your child healthy and safe. If you ever have any questions or concerns please feel free to call or email me. Below and to the side, you can find additional resources in order to assist you this year. 

    In an attempt to keep a healthy environment for all children,

    Your child should be kept home, or will be sent home, if the following symptoms are found:

    1. Has had a temperature of 100 degrees or more in the last 24 hours
      • Students should be fever free for a full 24 hours, WITHOUT the use of fever-reducing medication, before returning to school in order to limit the spread of illness.
    2. Has any diarrhea and/or vomiting the night before, or the morning of school
    3. A persistent cough that would be disruptive to the learning of your own child and others
    4. A continually runny nose with white, green, or yellow mucus
    5. Evidence of lice
    6. Eyes that appear red and weeping
    7. A rash of unknown cause anywhere on the body

    Parents of PreK, KG, 1st & 2nd, please keep a change of clothes in your child’s backpack so we can take care of their needs without interrupting your day.

    ALL MEDICATIONS MUST BE BROUGHT TO THE CLINIC BY THE PARENT OR AN ADULT. NO CHILD IS ALLOWED TO BRING MEDICATION TO SCHOOL.

    All medication (prescription or non-prescription) must be supplied in their original containers and will be kept in the clinic. Prescription medication must have the label from the pharmacy with the child’s name and will require a Humble Medication Form to be completed by the doctor. These forms are available at the clinic and online.

    Thank you for your cooperation!

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